R.S. Mamik [Bholu] – RIP

We just heard that R.S. Mamik passed on last week.

Condolences to his family and loved ones.

Here are a few messages that were passed on to us [as apparently] posted on some whatsapp groups:

It is with a heavy heart that I inform you all of the demise of R S Mamik whom we lost today our heart felt condolences to the family and HS Mamik God grant peace to the departed soulπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

We pray for his eternal peace and May God give strength to the bereaved family to bear this loss.

Condolences to the Bereved Family. KC Anand

My deepest condolences to the bereaved family. Rest in peace dear OC…πŸ™
Β Really sad to hear. My condolences to the bereaved family. Sharing his pic from Facebook.

One of the finest guys to know. Gentle, clean hearted and the perfect gentleman.
He eyes were never in good shape and his lenses were a minus 9. Consequently he was at a dead loss in the boxing ring even though he was muscular and otherwise physically formidable. It was treated with humour by most of us but he never complained. He laughed with us at his predicament. He was the preferred opponent in his weight for this obvious reason.
Not many take such handicaps with resilience and humour at that age. He was obviously very different – and special
God hold him in his arms. May Bholu rest in peace. Om Shanti.

Great tribute…to Bholu’s memory. Sad for the family, friends and fraternity to lose him.
Bholu was jolly good fellow with all the qualities of a perfect gentleman. At school we used his glasses as “magnifying” for burning paper. I thought his lenses were +9. We will miss him dearly. May the almighty give his family the strength and courage to bear the loss. In Sorrow .
Dimpy Mehra

8 thoughts on “R.S. Mamik [Bholu] – RIP

  1. Deepak Kumar Thakur

    May RS Mamik (Bholu) rest in eternal peace. Condolences to his family.
    D.K. Thakur
    Rivaz 1964-1973

  2. Surinder S. Ahluwalia

    Bholoo was the sixth in the family – Balbir, followed by Kreature and his brother,Deepak; followed by my late brother and myself. Then came Harmeet and finally Chetan. All in Ibbetson. As the obits have said, it was a great shock and truly he took his eyesight handicap very sportingly and with humour. I met him a few times in the Delhi Gym bar in the last few years. May the Almighty give his soul eternal peace.
    Surinder Ahluwalia.

    1. Gurdeep Singh

      Saddened to hear that Mamik-I is no more.He was in our Class till Shell when he dropped behind.So very good natured,jocular and jovial always.Stiil remember that our class room was always adorned with a Calender from his Dad’s Co.Indian Soun Pipes Ltd, and we use to pull his leg by morphing the second word in the Co s name by a now unmentionable word! He took it all with a hearty laugh. We shared a pet name–he was called “Ghora” and I was called Horsie.
      I am sure he will be keeping everyone in Heaven in splits. Heartfelt condolences to his family and may his soul RIP.
      Gurdeep Singh
      (Class of 1960)

  3. Sam Dhanjal

    Harmeet It’s a great shock. We were great friends . Always laughing and joking. We used to see each other in Delhi . Maharaj bless his soul. πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

  4. Sam Dhanjal

    OMG ! Bholu. Great friend . We were together bin school and House. Such a great guy. My deep condolences to family and Harmeet. May God bless his soul. πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

  5. Gurpratap Singh Sahi. Class of 1956

    Ramnik was there in my time at School. He was of quiet disposition but forthcoming and cheerful. Yes his thick glasses of myopic handicap,set him apart but he never let this stand in his way with friends. Those who knew him will miss him and his memories. God bless his soul. My heartfelt condolences to his brother Harmeet and all the family members.

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